Zeblaze Thor 4 Review: a First 4G-Enabled Smartwatch with 1GB+16GB & Android 7.0


Most recently, Zeblaze introduced Zeblaze Thor Pro, and now a new model of smartwatches – Zeblaze Thor 4 – has been released. Externally, they are practically no different from Thor Pro, the design of the frame around the screen has changed and the two buttons on the right side of the case have “disappeared.” The main changes are hardware Specification.


The watch has a sporty design, with an aluminum alloy casing and a silicone strap. Color options are still few, they are only available in black. The display is an AMOLED panel measuring 1.39 inches with a resolution of 400 * 400 pixels and support for the multi-touch mode. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass of the fourth generation, which, as is known, has good resistance to shocks and scratches. The previous model – Thor Pro, the screen is slightly larger – 1.53 inches, but with a lower resolution of 320 by 320 pixels.


The processor also changed. Now it is a newer MTK6737 chip with a clock speed of 1.1 GHz, in combination with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. Works Zeblaze Thor 4 running the operating system Android 7.0 – one of the latest versions of the operating system for smartwatches.


The clock is equipped with a heart rate sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, improved and accurate GPS and a camera with a high resolution of 5.0 MP and digital zoom. They are powered by a Li-Ion battery with a capacity of 580 mAh, which can provide serviceability for several days.


Finally, the Zeblaze Thor 4 is now available at the Banggood store at a price of $139.99, here. What do you think about the Zeblaze Thor 4 that comes with support for 4G LTE?


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